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It only works if you understand what you are doing and if you believe it. You don't rely upon an outside authority to validate your belief/paperwork. It works because the Fiction's rules require them to follow through.

It is so simple. You accept for value and return for value any presentment or compelled performance. This is all that is necessary. You provide the consideration - the acceptance, your EIN [SSN in EIN Format: xx-xxxxxx] and your autograph. This act automatically adjusts the accounting to zero and settles in full and closes the account. You also provide a letter - a novation contract - that instructs the demander on the terms and conditions of the new contract. The afv/rfv and letter together form the contract. You also provide secondary consideration that can not be refused - $1 or more U.S. postal money order - in script they understand (although they do all the time, signing for it through USPS CMRRR is acceptance). You can close the account with a Account Closed Notification letter in as little as fifteen days.

There it is. The entire procedure in a few sentences. All you have to believe is that your presumption holds - you have every ability to use your exemption to set-off any debt. Proof of claim is - prove to me that I don't.

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